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Slevin Perocchia Conclusions Cancer information programs e. Marcus ever, these resources do not yield samples representative of the University of Colorado Cancer Center, University of Colorado, larger population of adults diagnosed with cancer, and con- Denver, CO, USA clusions from such trials must be tempered accordingly.
George Implications for cancer survivors Inadequate recruitment to American Cancer Society, Atlanta, GA, USA randomized controlled trials limits the creation of useful interventions for cancer survivors.
By enrolling in cancer M. J Cancer Surviv 7: Randomized that use community outreach for psychoeducational studies of controlled trial. Survivorship cancer patients and survivors. The CIS is a program of the federal government that 2].
Profession- the largest network for clinical trial research in the country, al, highly trained cancer information specialists provide this threat is severe. This is especially true pants with no cancer diagnosis [26, 27].
Further complicating this challenge is treatments project 3 [28, 29]. In addition, project 3 tested a that the scientific questions in such research often require callback intervention by a trained cancer information spe- recruiting patients within a narrow time period for eligibility cialist to respond to any new questions or concerns related which can be accompanied by high levels of distress e.
Call volume to the CIS from potentially ships with churches and cancer support groups, use of direct eligible research participants was far less than anticipated.
However, little is Intensifying this challenge was that the recruitment window known about the effectiveness of these strategies within for eligibility was small by any standard.
Consortium CISRC encountered a significant and unantici- Moreover, to provide a fair test of the multimedia programs, pated recruitment challenge for three such trials that targeted eligibility was further restricted to those having access to a prostate and breast cancer patients.
We compare these out- computer, either personally or mediated by others.
The in- reach strategies with regard to their recruitment rates, in order terventions were readily accessible through the Internet and to identify the most successful recruitment strategies that CD project 3 also included a telephone callback and in- emerged from this effort, as well as to identify challenges volved two telephone assessments beyond initial recruit- and lessons learned that may assist future recruitment efforts ment.
Thus, the trials required a minimal time commitment J Cancer Surviv 7: In addi- individual recruitment websites. In addition, three major tion, original recruitment was conducted immediately fol- outreach partnerships for recruitment were formed that merit lowing completion of participants receiving requested special emphasis: An additional challenge emerged when the NCI awarded a new CIS contract that consolidated the three contact cen- ACS national cancer information center ters into one national contact center.
Mirroring to continue with study enrollment. Although recruitment the original CIS recruitment effort, potentially eligible cal- originally was projected to require 20 months for projects lers to the NCIC were introduced to project 1 or 2 after 1 and 2 and 26 months for project 3, it occurred through the receiving ACS standard service i.
Center, and conducted numerous outreach efforts to pro- mote calls to this new call center.
The challenges encountered during participant accrual to the AOW represents a registry of overindividuals who research and the ensuing measures taken by the CISRC to have joined AOW as potential research participants in future bolster recruitment allowed for a critical examination of the breast cancer studies .Purpose.
When faced with a significant recruitment challenge for three nationwide psychoeducational trials targeting prostate and breast cancer patients, the Cancer Information Service Research Consortium initiated outreach efforts to increase accrual. Responding to a significant recruitment challenge within three nationwide psychoeducational trials for cancer patients; Responding to a significant recruitment challenge within three nationwide psychoeducational trials for cancer patients.
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Purpose. When faced with a significant recruitment challenge for three nationwide psycho-educational trials targeting prostate and breast cancer patients, the Cancer Information Service Research Consortium initiated outreach efforts to increase accrual.